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03/25/04

Teleconference schedule

The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) is sponsoring teleconferences to coincide with the press briefings scheduled during its 95th Annual Meeting next week in Orlando, Fla. Following the briefings, the phone lines will be opened for "question and answer" sessions. These briefings are only open to members of the media.

  • Saturday, March 27th
      - Meeting Overview (1:00 1:30 pm EST)

  • Sunday, March 28th
      - Diet and Prevention: Don't Forget Your Vegetables (1:45 2:30 pm EST)
      Abstracts: 1096, 3921, 2313
      - The Use of Proteomics: Looking at the Basics to Detect Cancer (2:45 3:30 pm EST)
      Abstracts: BA-4, 4774, 1069

  • Monday, March 29th
      - Walking the Way to Prevention (10:00 10:45 am EST)
      Abstracts: 3712, 1462, 5495
      - Therapies in the Pipeline (11:30 am 12:15 pm EST)
      Abstracts: 5605, 2241
      - How the Air We Breathe May Cause Cancer (1:00 1:45 pm EST)
      Abstracts: 3189, 1975, 3975

  • Tuesday, March 30th
      - Increasing the Risk of Cancer (9:30 10:15 am EST)
      Abstracts: 1527, 4792, 2924
      - Old Dog, New Tricks: Making the Most of What We've Got (1:00 1:45 pm EST)
      Abstracts: 5580, 5513, 3125

  • Wednesday, March 31st
      - Late Breaking Abstracts (9:30 10:00 am EST)
      Abstracts: LB-13, LB17, LB-228, LB-243

    CALL-IN: 800-282-9233, code 8547 (Please call 5-10 minutes before scheduled time)

    For reporters who are unable to participate during the teleconference, the briefings can be accessed the day after each conference through the remainder of the week at: 800-756-3819

    Codes:
    Meeting Overview: 160427
    Diet and Prevention: Don't Forget Your Vegetables: 160428
    The Use of Proteomics: Looking at the Basics to Detect Cancer: 160430
    Walking the Way to Prevention: 160431
    Therapies in the Pipeline: 160433
    How the Air We Breathe May Cause Cancer: 160433
    Increasing the Risk of Cancer: 160434
    Old Dog, New Tricks: Making the Most of What We've Got: 160435
    Late Breaking Abstracts: 160436

    Please RSVP: Aimee Frank or Kellie Hanzak at 202-955-6222 or (amf@spectrumscience.com, khanzak@spectrumscience.com). On-site, please call 407-685-5404.

    All press releases about the data being presented will be available at www.eurekalert.org. Or, please contact Aimee or Kellie to receive releases via fax or email.

    Source: Eurekalert & others

    Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 21 Feb 2009
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